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2021 South End Art Hop Registration at The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery – Limited Spots Now Open to the Public!

South End Art Hop – Artist Registration to Show at The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery

The Space Gallery 2019 Art Hop, photo by Luke Awtry

Call to Artists Deadline for Application: August 20 at noon, or until all spots are full!

Gallery members had first dibs, and now it’s your chance!

Installation Dates August 18 & 20 (more dates to be added if spots are still open on Friday, the 20th!)

The South End Art Hop takes place the weekend after Labor Day each year and is a celebration of the arts and creative businesses of the South End Arts District! Showing your work is a guaranteed way to have your work seen by the most people, gain feedback, meet other artists, and sell work!

Like in years past, artists will install their own work in any format they wish in a designated 4′ wide x 8′ tall wall space. We do not have larger spaces or double spots available at this time. Fill it with any work you like and we’ll take care of the rest! Enjoy the freedom of exploring the South End Art Hop and having your name and work listed in the program guide.

More details and registration here: Art Hop Registration at The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery

The Space Gallery & Soda Plant Art Hop 2020 by Luke Awtry

The South End Art Hop takes place during the following dates/times:

September 10th, Friday from 5pm – 10pm

September 11th, Saturday from 10 am – 10pm 

September 12th, Sunday from 11am – 4pm 

To Register for the Art Hop with the main organizer, SEABA, visit www.seaba.com by August 22.
Full program to be featured in the Seven Days on September 8th!

Enjoy and have fun! See you in September!

Closing Reception Friday 6-9pm! ‘Members Exhibiton’ & ‘Holding Pattern’ at The Space Gallery

Closing Reception Friday 6-9pm! ‘2021 Space Gallery Members Exhibiton’ & ‘Holding Pattern’ with an Artist Talk by Christy Mitchell at 7:30pm

‘The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery 2021 Members Exhibition’
Group show by 50 Member Artists
June 11 – August 7, 2021

Closing Reception: Friday, August 6 from 6pm – 9pm

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery is proud to feature work by 50 member artists from across Vermont! Each artist was prompted to bring up to three pieces, regardless of content or medium, that represents their personal style. The result is a wide range of perspectives in materials ranging from fiber, metal, wood, oil painting, collage and more. This summer long members exhibition has something for everyone in accessible price ranges that allow you to have fun while you support local arts!

‘timeless’ & ‘note’ by Christy Mitchell in ‘Holding Pattern’, photo by Luke Awtry

‘Holding Pattern’
Installation by Christy Mitchell
June 11 – August 7, 2021

Closing Reception: Friday, August 6 from 6pm – 9pm
Artist Talk: 7:30pm

Set in an early 20th century Victorian style home, ‘Holding Pattern’ imagines conversations and changes to everyday life experienced over many decades and family dynamics. If these walls could talk about the things that we say and what we hide from the public, what would they tell us? Christy Mitchell combines artifacts from the past to tell stories about modern day topics that have affected her, but are also universal. As we are collectively released from the holding pattern of the last year, a critical eye must be trained on what we will take with us and what should be left behind.  

Read the Review in Seven Days, “If These Walls Could Talk” by Pamela Polston July 28, 2021 Article Link Here